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at not paying taxes. how google saves $2 billion a year, legally. >>> and skulls and bones. the could these be the remains of the inspiration behind one of the world's most recognizable paintings? newsroom starts right now. >>> and let's go live to michigan, where pro-union demonstrators have gathered inside and outside and state capital in lansing. the state house of representatives is about to take up the right to work bill that could severely curtail the political clout of organized labor in that state. here is what one protester had to say. >> i think it's horrible. i think they're taking away, food off my table, and taking away my pension, my health care for my kids. i think it's that station. >> republican governor rick schneider promises to sign the bill as soon as it hits his desk, make michigan the 24th right to work state in the country. alison kosik joins us live from lansing this morning. alison, we are expecting a big turnout there. what are you seeing so far? a lot of people behind you, obviously. people are there. >> reporter: yeah, ted, the crowd certainly is growing,
will amount to about $16 million u.s. starbucks along with google and amazon have been using legal loopholes to minimize their corporate taxes in britain. execs of all three companies recently got a public -- >> despite the fact that starbucks, how much money it makes. it's kind of like a drop in the bucket. >> well, yeah. yesterday we pointed out that between all the various ways that starbucks takes there is really nothing left, nothing at all left for profits. today what the company announced is that they are going to take the money that they pay in royalties and the money they pay on inter-company events like loans, and here going to no longer take deductions. what does this mean in reality? in practice it means there will be money, more money, for starbucks to pay as corporation tax, but here's the thing. >> okay. >> they say they'll pay maybe $50 million this year. the numbers are still being worked out. similar amount next year. well, you might have gotten that the british say, oh, yes, nice round of applause. not a bit of it. people are saying in this country tonight fair enough, sta
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